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The Human and the Social

A Comparison of the Discourses of Human Development, Human Security and Social Quality

Des Gasper

This paper presents a structured comparison of the social quality approach with the UNDP-led 'human development' approach and its sister work (especially in the UN system and Japan) on 'human security'. Through clarification of their respective foci, roles and underlying theoretical and value assumptions, the paper suggests that partnership of the social quality approach with these 'human' approaches appears possible and relevant for each side.

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Nikolett Szelei

Introduction In line with European trends in education and migration, increasing attention has been given to supporting newcomer students in learning the language of schooling in Portugal. This language policy framework is termed Português

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Larisa Carranza

give the reader insight to the everyday encounters of immigrant lives and those who study and write about these policies. Tuckett's interlocutors vocalise their critiques and assessment of larger immigration policy frameworks while simultaneously

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Promoting participative policy coherence for sustainable development

Inclusive dialogue through the “pull-push-match” methodology

Harlan Koff, Mariana Villada Canela, Carmen Maganda, Octavio Pérez-Maqueo, Ma. Xóchitl Molina González, Jesús Arturo González Herrera, Diego Porras, Sherie Rae Simms, Oscar Sotelo, María del Rosario Morales Ramírez, María del Socorro Aguilar Cucurachi, Maria del Socorro Lara-López, Julia Ros-Cuéllar, Antony Challenger, and Rafael Aguilar Orea

European Union (EU) adopted this definition of PCD when it integrated the concept in its own policy frameworks, starting 1993 ( Siitonen, 2016 ). PCD was utilized by development cooperation actors to highlight how non-development policies were undermining

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Women and development in Vietnam

Caught between social tradition and economic globalization

Khuat Thu Hong

will has translated into the progressive legal and policy frameworks on women’s advancement and gender equality. These policies have successfully created an institutional context for women’s advancement in the public sphere, but they are unable to

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From Risk to Resistance

Girls and Technologies of Nonviolence

Laurel Hart

grassroots technologies serve at-risk populations? How do existing policy frameworks seek to create nonviolent environments for online technologies, and in what ways do they fall short? What public infrastructures—like law enforcement, for example— are

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Inequality and poverty

The ill-fitting pieces in the EU’s development partnerships

Riina Pilke and Marikki Stocchetti

as the EU’s main development policy frameworks such as “the European Consensus on Development” (2005) and “the Agenda for Change” (2011). Additionally, we have assessed 11 thematically relevant Communications, Council Conclusions and Staff Working

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Ecosystem integrity and policy coherence for development

Tools aimed at achieving balance as the basis for transformative development

Harlan Koff, Miguel Equihua Zamora, Carmen Maganda, and Octavio Pérez-Maqueo

of sustainable development is moving away from vertical organization and institutionalization through the emergence of development partnerships and shared responsibility. This paradigm shift actually makes development policy frameworks more compatible

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Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Angeliki Gazi, Markéta Slavková, Jelena Ćuković, and Agnieszka Halemba

been consistent through generations because of changes in local environmental and political discourse. The final and third part of this volume is dedicated to articles that discuss more particular influences on and interventions in policies

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Laurent J.G. van der Maesen

this article demonstrates is the importance of not only a common conceptual framework but also a common hereupon based policy framework to support the development of the overall sustainability on behalf of the world population, of which more than 40